Some finish their tas' by twelve an' others work' 'til seven but had the tas' to finish.
"tas the way with them foweners," said the first hobbledehoy sagely.
I ain't been able to tas'e a mouthful er victuals sence I don' know whin.
Sat'day was a workin' day but the tas' was much shorter then other days.
tasset, tas′et, n. an overlapping plate from the cuirass protecting the thigh.
She was the daugh-ter of the king, and her name was Po-ca-hon´tas.
Fus' he'd tas'e un den he'd nibble; den he'd nibble un den he'd tas'e.
Whilst dey was a-worshipin' I'd slip 'roun' an' tas' out o' dey basket.
tascal, tas′kal, n. a reward for information about cattle-stealing.
The "economy of the heap" (tas) appears to Reclus, at any rate in the province of agriculture, to be unworkable.
1772, "natural infantile sound of gratitude" [Weekley].
The symbol for the element tantalum.
The symbol for tantalum.
The computer operator who manages a computer bulletin board, a computer display where those with access may get or convey information: People look up to the sysop
[1980s+ Computer; fr system operator]